I could bake some loaf breads in the morning (a few hours from now) for this bake sale. I wonder if it's worth it, as we only eat them fresh the day they're baked, or within 24 hours.
I have a recipe I've been meaning to use from a friend - with rosemary. And just plain old honey wheat? We have candies, cookies, and I'll make the banana bread. I can't see a bake sale without breads.
Help me make up my mind? I do have that Italian Cheese Bread Ring made in a bundt pan which holds very well. But people don't tend to buy the larger items I've heard. I guess I could slice it in two. I tried recently to make it as a 9x5 loaf but it didn't give the same effect of that nice pocket of cheese in the middle of the bundt. I also made some mini muffins with this recipe at Thanksgiving, but that was labor intensive to stuff each little muffin, I don't have time.
How about a Foccacia (sp?)? Anyone got a sure winner that I can afford the time to bake?
My husband thinks I've baked enough! For the sale, that is. I have to leave in 13 hours. (Going to get some sleep now.)
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